Technology Drives India Opportunity

Published on
May 31st, 2017
3 minutes

Technology Drives India Opportunity

Trade Ideas ·
Featuring Emad Mostaque

Published on: May 31st, 2017 • Duration: 3 minutes

Emad Mostaque of Capricorn Fund Managers foresees opportunities for investors in the non-conventional finance and lending sphere, on the back of India’s technological leap forwards with India Stack bringing financial services to the unbanked population. Filmed on May 23, 2017, in London.


  • ag
    amin g.
    1 June 2017 @ 06:16
    How exactly has india disappointed? The market is at all time highs and the space you are talking about has been on a tear since the last 3 years. Edelweiss has gone from 50 to 180 in a year, bajaj finance has doubled etc. I get the investment idea, but i disagree with the disappointment comment. Also a lot of companies in this space seem to have the news well priced in.
    • FC
      Forest C.
      8 June 2017 @ 22:12
      Agree, I don't this is a pitch of a undervalue investment. I am more interesting knowing the potential flow of foreign back to the market as mentioned as one of the catalyst; it will be interesting to see how the lower financial transaction cost will fuel the market by domestic investors as well
  • AT
    Adam T.
    5 June 2017 @ 17:18
    Would the outcome of this years' Indian elections have any negative effects on growth?
  • ML
    Michael L.
    2 June 2017 @ 23:21
    it's disappointing that there's not a better way than a broad ETF
    • AM
      A M.
      4 June 2017 @ 20:20
      Try JP Morgan India Inv.Trust ( JIT.L), or India Growth Capital (IGC.L). Latter exposed to smaller Indian companies.
  • SS
    S S.
    2 June 2017 @ 09:50
    Why not invest in Indian banks listed on the NYSE like HDFC Bank?
  • SP
    Steve P.
    1 June 2017 @ 05:59
    Bitcoin wallets , block chains , $INFY
  • MS
    Matt S.
    31 May 2017 @ 16:49
    People do realize that is the slippery slope to total enslavement of the human population by globalists, with no means of escape don't they? I find it hard to get excited about or to want to profit from it.